19 Burst results for "Max Weber"

"max weber" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:38 min | 4 months ago

"max weber" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks. I have the joy of speaking with David berlinski, the new book is human nature don't go away. Tell me, Eric, why is relief factor so successful at lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question, the owners of relief factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right, designed to heal, and I agree with them. So the doctors who formulated relief factor for them selected the four best ingredients, yes, 100% drug free ingredients, each helps your body deal with inflammation. Each of the four ingredients deals with inflammation from a different metabolic pathway. And that right there approaching from four different angles may be why so many people find such wonderful relief. So if you've got back pain, shoulder neck hip knee or foot pain from exercise or just getting older, you should order the three week quick start discounted to only 1995 to see if it will work for you. It works for me. It has for about 70% of the half a million people who've tried it and have ordered more, go to relief factor dot com or call 800 for relief to find out about this offer, feel the difference. Hey folks, if you could make money off of abortion or pornography, would you do it? I hope the answer is no. But I want to tell you, Robert netze, the founder of inspire insight dot com, he was the president of his local pro life pregnancy center. When he discovered that he owned investments in three companies manufacturing abortion drugs, well, God helped him to see that he was making money from abortion pornography LGBT activism and the list goes on. And that's why he created inspire insight dot com, inspire insight dot com, gives you instant access to biblical values data on over 23,000 stocks mutual funds and ETFs. So you can invest to the glory of God. You need to go to inspire insight dot com today and screen your four-o-one-ks IRAs and other investment accounts. I did and I was shocked. Now I'm able to clean out the junk and invest in companies actually doing good things. Go to inspire insight dot com today and register for free. That's inspire insight dot com, go there. Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to David berlinski. Mathematician philosopher polymath author rack and tur. Parisian at this point, although with no discernible accent. David berlinski, you were just talking about in discussion of human nature. This issue, this idea, which of course is utterly preposterous that somehow what we've all known forever for many millennia that there are men and women that somehow, I don't know how, but through some sleight of hand, we can make that all go away, what do you suppose is behind this? Because it seems like a kind of madness, if somebody says, listen, I believe roosters can lay eggs, make a note of it going forward and you'd say, where did you get that idea from? And what do you propose to do about it? What do you suppose is behind it? Well, I think that in a highly individualistic society, such as we are progressively occupied. And in pretty much a secular society as well. The individual is desire of his aptitudes as velocities, his needs become overwhelmingly important. Not only for the scientific analysis of society as max Weber, for example, argue, but also in terms of any personal program of development and satisfaction. It is entirely it has been entirely reduced to a kind of cornucopia of needs, which because we're human beings are infinite in their nature. No matter how many times you satisfy a particular need, you find your astonishment. There is another need that replaces it. We are by nature never satisfied with what we have. A piece of folk wisdom, but it's nonetheless true. And we're reaching the point in an abundant society where the primitive needs have well been satisfied. Very few people that we talk to go without eating, for example, or lack shelter. There are such people, but by and large, the malthusian imperatives have been satisfied in the west, certainly in the United States and in Europe. There are remains in a secular society, the incessant demand for the creation of new needs, and of course the victims, those who can not satisfy their needs. No matter the restraints that say a hundred years ago, would have limited the expression of that desire. A hundred years ago of a man said, well, I intend to become a woman. He would have been regarded as a fool, rightly so. And vice versa, a woman who decides to become a man. Bear in mind, there have always been men who enjoy provocatively dressing as women and vice versa. That's not an issue. The issue is ontological. It has become ontological. Not whether we can propose to make amend look like a woman, but that we can undertake an exercise in which he becomes a woman. Now, from.

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David Berlinski and Eric Discuss Human Nature

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:02 min | 4 months ago

David Berlinski and Eric Discuss Human Nature

"David berlinski, you were just talking about in discussion of human nature. This issue, this idea, which of course is utterly preposterous that somehow what we've all known forever for many millennia that there are men and women that somehow, I don't know how, but through some sleight of hand, we can make that all go away, what do you suppose is behind this? Because it seems like a kind of madness, if somebody says, listen, I believe roosters can lay eggs, make a note of it going forward and you'd say, where did you get that idea from? And what do you propose to do about it? What do you suppose is behind it? Well, I think that in a highly individualistic society, such as we are progressively occupied. And in pretty much a secular society as well. The individual is desire of his aptitudes as velocities, his needs become overwhelmingly important. Not only for the scientific analysis of society as max Weber, for example, argue, but also in terms of any personal program of development and satisfaction. It is entirely it has been entirely reduced to a kind of cornucopia of needs, which because we're human beings are infinite in their nature. No matter how many times you satisfy a particular need, you find your astonishment. There is another need that replaces it. We are by nature never satisfied with what we have. A piece of folk wisdom, but it's nonetheless true. And we're reaching the point in an abundant society where the primitive needs have well been satisfied. Very few people that we talk to go without eating, for example, or lack shelter. There are such people, but by and large, the malthusian imperatives have been satisfied in the west,

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"max weber" Discussed on The Philosopher's Zone

The Philosopher's Zone

04:37 min | 6 months ago

"max weber" Discussed on The Philosopher's Zone

"What does that look like? The time was really concerned with, I guess what he saw as a kind of an insufficiency in the economy is this kind of freestanding autonomous entity. And I suppose in his work he does try to take up this sort of critical quasi Marxist position to challenge the belief in the primacy of the economic with the economic is a sort of a sphere of production. I think we see this even persisting today. So for instance, one of the responses that we've seen in Australia to something like the pandemic is like, oh yes, the pandemic is bad, people do get sick and that's really bad, but owe the economy. Oh, we need to get back to work to keep the economy running. So it was this separate entity, this other thing that sort of lives out there that has a life force that needs to be fed. And so I think that the time was very concerned with this idea of the economy as this entity out there that persists separately from us as this kind of autonomous creature. And he actually argues that this is in fact a very western notion of economy and that in sort of historical societies in maybe even like sacrificial societies, there's no sense of this kind of productive economy. And he believes that it's I guess sort of like a western imperialism to a kind of western hegemony that other societies are brought into the influence this way of understanding. And so I think he is reminiscent of and kind of echoes someone like max Weber. You know, who believes that this economy out there, this capitalist system out there has really removed all of the vestiges of a community, a sense of community that we once had a sort of unifying belief in our world, that has come to be replaced by a kind of presumed, unquestionable good around accumulation, profit and production. And so, but Thai is interested in trying to get behind this. You kind of want to take a step back and he wants to try to reconsider and reread this obsession that's fetishization with accumulation and profit. And by trying to do this, he asks us to try to query well, maybe we shouldn't so much think of it in terms of this economic system is something that creates profit, but instead we need to ask ourselves, well, what is this excess that is being produced? So what you're describing here is what batai refers to as a restricted or limited economy. And it's that familiar understanding of the economy predicated on the notion that there's not enough to go around. We need to produce and gather up and hoard our wealth and all our things in order to stave off the scarcity that's always lurking in the wings. And over against this batai posits a theory of what he calls general economy, which is about the expenditure of wealth, the release of excess resources rather than their accumulation. How does he plot that out? But ties riding on the general economy is interesting. One of the questions that bata asks in sort of trying to conceptualize general economy is what would non a non economic exchange look like? What would it in exchange that has no kind of productive quality, kind of accumulative property, kind of sense of a return look like? It isn't conceived through the lens of scarcity, but instead through a lens of abundance. And again, this might sound incredibly counterintuitive to your listeners. Fully fully synthesized with that. It's a provocative proposal..

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"max weber" Discussed on What Works

What Works

07:33 min | 6 months ago

"max weber" Discussed on What Works

"Remember time is money is a line from Benjamin Franklin's 1748 essay advice to a young tradesman. He encourages the reader to consider not only the money they might spend if they take a day off work, but also the money they'd lose for not working. Now I don't know about you, but I feel like I've been running that calculation on repeats since I was 16 years old. At least in the U.S., it seems we're born with this idea already encoded into our brains. Max Weber cites this aphorism repeatedly in his book the Protestant ethic and the spirit of capitalism. He sees it as a sort of semiotic turning point, a shift from the godly ethic of vocation to the secular ethic of capitalism and wealth building. And remember, this phrase dates back to at least 1748 that's 274 years of cultural indoctrination to this idea. Now if all of that sounds like I'm firmly against considering time as money or money as time, I'm not, but I do think it's an incredibly complicated truism that's worth interrogating instead of merely accepting as immutable. To kick off this deep dive into the question of whether time really is money. I wanted to talk about money. And what money actually is, how we think about it and why the way we think about money matters. I knew the perfect person to have this conversation with Paco de Leon from the hell yeah group. Paco has a brand new book out called finance for the people, which is both extremely practical and very thinky. My favorite. So we started this conversation off really simply. What is money? I love sitting around and pontificating at the weirdness and silliness of money and at its root on its surface at the very lowest level of money is it is a shared delusion. And I know that sounds maybe a little out of touch with reality or partially unhinged, but when you really think about what money is, it's just something that we all believe is valuable. Okay, this is super important. So I want to pause on this idea of money as a shared delusion for just a bit. Probably ten or 11 years ago now, I went to a lecture on money and meaning at my Alma mater. Yeah, I am that kind of nerd. You're such a nerd. That was the first time I was introduced to this idea, this fact, really. Money becomes valuable because you and I and millions of other people believe it is valuable. The government incentivizes us to believe that, of course, but ultimately, without the trust of U.S. consumers, the dollar just wouldn't be. As valuable. Further, this lecturer explained, money exists to make exchange. Easier to make it frictionless. Instead of every trade being a negotiation of how many eggs are equal to a pound of wheat, we can assign a monetary value to each product and then independently decide whether we want to trade our money for the eggs or the wheat or say a new iPhone. Now we're seeing this shared delusion play out in real time right now with cryptocurrency. My current research obsession. What do people believe Bitcoin or ether is worth? And how does that value fluctuate based on the number of people who believe in its value? How is a quote unquote currency impacted if few sellers accept it as payment from buyers? Friends? This is a conversation for another day. A day which is coming. But let's get back to Paco. If money is just this shared delusion, then why is it so important to my survival? If you've never sat and thought about that, if you take for granted, that money is very real thing because it has a very real impact on our lives. I think it's hard for folks to confront that because let's say you're unhappy with your job and you go to work every day and you feel like you're sacrificing your time on your compromising who you are working for this thing money. It's really hard to step back and admit that it's not real, but it's so real. And I think that's what's fascinating to me. About money is it's nothing in its everything. And I think once we start to examine what it is at its core, we can start to ask ourselves, if this thing is based on belief, well, how else is the way that I interact with it based on beliefs? And that really explodes your way of thinking about money. In both amazing ways and terrifying ways. What we believe about money impacts how we interact with it. It's the reason you and I can make drastically different money decisions and there's still the right decisions for us. Money isn't an immutable universal truth, but a fluid relative representation of value, which is always individual. What I value is not what you value. What you value is not what I value. What we each value will be decided by our circumstances, values, personal preferences, and priorities. And even within that relativity, there's also the question of how value is related to available resources. For instance, I might understand and appreciate the value of investing in a house in Montana right now, but I don't have the resources to buy a second home in a volatile market. So while I could justify spending the money, I don't have the money to spend. Now, I'll let Paco give you a much better example. The example that I always love to bring up is I was the $1 oyster. And so for some people, the $1 oyster is a deal, they're like, I got 30 bucks or whatever I'm gonna, I'm gonna eat a bunch of oysters for $1. And this will end well. And for other people, they look at the $1 oyster and they think, uh oh, that's kind of sketchy that a whole oyster is a dollar. I feel like maybe they're old and I'll get sick. But that's the mentality that I was walking around town offering my services for this $1 oyster style. My $1 oyster metaphor is leggings. Yeah, leggings. I see lots of posts on Pinterest and Instagram about how you can find leggings just like Lululemon's on Amazon for 20 bucks. So once I gave it a try, they were decent leggings, sure. But they've got nothing on Lululemon or Athleta. So yeah, I spend a lot of money relatively speaking on leggings and sports bras. But they last me for years, even though I put them through hell. So those $20 leggings might be a great deal for some. But I'll stick with paying extra to make sure I'm getting a better product. I know that might sound like virtue signaling. But honestly, it is just straight up more practical for me to buy a pair of leggings that last. But what we believe about oysters or leggings isn't the only.

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"max weber" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

04:27 min | 7 months ago

"max weber" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"The computational organizational features of matter. So he thinks, you know, I think he thinks you could upload your consciousness. I tend to think not. So in that sense, in that sense, we're not living in a simulation in the sort of specific computational view of things in that substrate matters to you. Yeah, I think so, yeah. Yeah. And in that yogurt, Sean Carroll, the physics matters. Yeah, physics. Is our best way of capturing what the stuff of the world does. Yeah. But not the whatness. The being of the stuff. Yeah, there is the isness, thank you. Russell Brand had a conversation with Russ Brandon. He said, oh, you mean the is that a good weapon? Isn't this? He is not a Brussels. The big ridiculous question. What do you think is the meaning of all of this? You write in your book that the entry for our reality and the hitchhiker's guide might read a physical universe whose intrinsic nature is constituted of consciousness. Worth a visit. So our whole conversation has been about the first part of that sentence. What about the second part? Worth the visit. Why is this place worth a visit? Why does it have meaning? Why does it have value at all? Why? These are big questions. I mean, firstly, I do think panpsychism is important to think about for considerations of meaning and value as we've already discussed. I think consciousness is the root of everything that matters in life, you know, from deep emotions, subtle thoughts, beautiful sensory experiences, and yet I believe our official scientific worldview is incompatible with the reality of consciousness. I mean, that's controversial, but that's what I think. And I think people feel this on an intuitive level. It's maybe part of what max Weber called the disenchantment of nature. You know, that they think.

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"max weber" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

04:27 min | 7 months ago

"max weber" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"The computational organizational features of matter. So he thinks, you know, I think he thinks you could upload your consciousness. I tend to think not. So in that sense, in that sense, we're not living in a simulation in the sort of specific computational view of things in that substrate matters to you. Yeah, I think so, yeah. Yeah. And in that yogurt, Sean Carroll, the physics matters. Yeah, physics. Is our best way of capturing what the stuff of the world does. Yeah. But not the whatness. The being of the stuff. Yeah, there is the isness, thank you. Russell Brand had a conversation with Russ Brandon. He said, oh, you mean the is that a good weapon? Isn't this? He is not a Brussels. The big ridiculous question. What do you think is the meaning of all of this? You write in your book that the entry for our reality and the hitchhiker's guide might read a physical universe whose intrinsic nature is constituted of consciousness. Worth a visit. So our whole conversation has been about the first part of that sentence. What about the second part? Worth the visit. Why is this place worth a visit? Why does it have meaning? Why does it have value at all? Why? These are big questions. I mean, firstly, I do think panpsychism is important to think about for considerations of meaning and value as we've already discussed. I think consciousness is the root of everything that matters in life, you know, from deep emotions, subtle thoughts, beautiful sensory experiences, and yet I believe our official scientific worldview is incompatible with the reality of consciousness. I mean, that's controversial, but that's what I think. And I think people feel this on an intuitive level. It's maybe part of what max Weber called the disenchantment of nature. You know, that they think.

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"max weber" Discussed on What Works

What Works

07:31 min | 7 months ago

"max weber" Discussed on What Works

"I'm Tara McMullen, and this is what works. The show that explores navigating the 21st century economy with your humanity intact. A few years ago, Sean made a new rule for me. No calling yourself lazy. It's a good rule. And a rule that was specifically directed at me and my habit of calling myself lazy. Chuck never refers to himself as lazy, he values rest and sustainability far too much to label himself with such a negative term. But me? Well, before the rule, I used to refer to myself as lazy on the regular. And here's the thing, I am obviously not lazy. And here's the other thing. So what if I was? Lazy is one of those terms that has the potential to be morally neutral, but instead is understood widely as morally bad. If lazy means not working harder than you have to, why should that make me a bad person? Why should it make me less worthy of respect or care than someone who works their butt off unnecessarily? Doctor Devin price wrote a whole book about the history of laziness, the concept as a tool of oppression and the alienation it causes. Here he is reading an excerpt from laziness does not exist. When we say someone's lazy, we're saying they're incapable of completing a task due to some kind of weakness, but we're also claiming that their lack of ability somehow makes them morally corrupt. It's not that they're tired or even dispirited in some way we might sympathize with the word implies that they're failures on a fundamental human level. Now, it's pretty easy to imagine a world in which lazy, not working any harder than you have to. It's actually considered a virtue, a sign of high intelligence, good fortune, creativity. Actually, it's not hard to imagine at all because there was a time, not so long ago, when wealthy people believed work was beneath them. That game is not for some fans and face workers. It's for strongs and lifters. From the Greeks, to European feudal societies, to what sociologist thorstein veblen called the leisure class, taking it easy and having the privilege to do so without repercussion was a sign that you were at the top of the economic food chain. Work was a lowly activity for lowly people. You know, women and enslaved people. Having to work to provide for yourself was considered a truly terrible feat for an aristocrat or capitalist. Now, that's changed dramatically. Today, hard work is a sign of moral virtue and considered a prerequisite for success, regardless of how much financial and social success can be attributed to starting out with many more resources than the plumber or mail carrier who also works really hard. This shift is largely attributed to the Protestant work ethic, in which working hard and service of your vocation is a way of demonstrating piety and even your position among the elect for Salvation. Max Weber, a turn of the 20th century sociologist, wrote about this in his book the Protestant ethic and the spirit of capitalism. The peculiarity of this philosophy of avarice appears to be the ideal of the honest man of recognized credit and above all, the idea of a duty of the individual towards the increase of his capital, which is assumed as an end in itself. Truly, what is here preached is not simply a means of making one's way in the world, but a peculiar ethic, the infraction of its rules is treated not as foolishness, but as forgetfulness of duty. The earning of money within the modern economic order is so long as it is done legally, the result and the expression of virtue and proficiency in a calling. One of my favorite things to think about over the last year or so has been what makes something a moral issue. How does a particular action or state of being become a sign of superiority in the eyes of others and therefore desirable? I find myself noticing opportunities to ask these questions everywhere right now because nothing brings up the moral baggage of all sorts of decisions. Then new year's. The language of new year's resolutions is the language of moral superiority. We resolve to wake up earlier, spend less time on our devices, exercise more often, finally get started on that side hustle. We resolve to move away from action we deem at one level or another. Moral failings and move toward action we deem virtuous. On world philosophy day, philosopher Kate Mann tweeted these questions for us to consider. What is it not the case that we ought to do? What false and pseudo obligations may haunt our mental and social lives and make us feel needlessly guilty or sinful. What are some of the things we might feel needlessly guilty or sinful about? Well, lacking discipline, renting your home, being disorganized, spending too much time on social media, being unhealthy, being in debt, not having a retirement account, avoiding healthcare, sending your kids to day care, preferring long walks to long runs, working too little, working too much. I could go on and on. Our culture as a whole has a wide range of rules to follow. And the smaller groups we belong to have even more rules. But most of these rules are just made up, a transference of sacred codes of conduct into the secular world. This is not to say that rules don't have their place. There should be laws against murder, fraud, and the like. But it is to say that whenever we feel an obligation to a particular course of action, a should that we feel is vital to being perceived as a functioning member of society, we can examine that impulse more closely. We can take a step back and ask whether that obligation is indeed true. Now, this topic, as I mentioned, is first and foremost in my mind right now, because my feeds are awash in new year's goal setting advice. Ten tips for spending less time online. 5 ways to incorporate exercise into your day. 7 steps to eliminating plastic from your home. 37 experts weigh in on becoming a better parent. And of course, how to make 2022, your best year yet. This time of year is practically a ping Pong game of shoulds and supposed tos. And in this kind of environment, it's hard not to look around and see how you stack up against others. The way they are now, the goals they've set and what they're trying to become. Which.

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"max weber" Discussed on Winning Plays

Winning Plays

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"max weber" Discussed on Winning Plays

"I don't expect there to be that offer significant of a breakout but it's not, you know if it's happened before second-year players, third your place and have a big big step forward and sort of change your Calculus on. That would be a welcome change. But yeah, at the moment if you're thinking that you're basically saying, like all of the pics is the only path you have to get into player. It is really hard to trade one right now for for that kind of upgrade. Particularly because I don't think anybody thinks this is like a title team right now. Right? So right. What do you do in their home? If it happens. You know, it's possibility, it wouldn't like stunned me, but it just sort of feels like it would be a little short-sighted at the moment. Even for all that I've been talking about, they should go after Larry Nance's, you walked are Max Weber, they should go after players like that. Just realistically you know in the cold light of day it's like and if you actually shouldn't. So all right, let's look let's start with the, I think the biggest domino here in terms of current free agents and that's M Fournier and the the riding with someone on the raw already, when Josh Richardson was taken in for Thursday, the what's left.

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Nigeria is at risk of becoming a failed state

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:23 min | 1 year ago

Nigeria is at risk of becoming a failed state

"Just the last few weeks to mass kidnappings took place both at schools in northwestern nigeria and the first unidentified gunmen attacked a boarding school. Killing one student and kidnapping forty two others a week later. Thirty eight of those. That were a ducted. Were rescued presumably by government forces. But the day before that rescue unknown gunmen kidnapped over three hundred girls from a boarding school in a nearby state on tuesday. The ap reported that two hundred and seventy were released now. It's not clear whether these kidnappings were driven by ideology ransom money. Though of course motive doesn't make much of a difference to those who are kidnapped or their families not dimension in places like northwestern area and profit are not mutually exclusive motives. Win hostages are released by boko. Haram and other extremist. It's almost always because some ransom has been paid and regardless of motivation. The average nigerian especially the average nigerian christian lives in constant threat for their personal safety. Nigeria's inability to guarantee the basic safety of its citizens now has observers asking whether or not this country is on the verge of becoming a failed state. That's the official term for a state where the government is no longer really in control. It's a label. Most often applied to countries like yemen or somalia where basic institutions are virtually non-existent. At least when it comes to protecting the christian population and institutions. They're nigeria's government hardly seems like they are in control because groups like boko haram and fulani militants operate with a defacto immunity in nigeria. Their actions against christians. There are given defacto legitimacy. If the government's blind eye is not intentional. It's fair to ask. Whether or not the government's authority even can extend beyond abu nigeria's capital city. German max weber famously defined a state as a human community that successfully claims the monopoly on the legitimate use of physical force within a given territory using even that most basic standard nigeria is clearly failing groups like icon have documented the violence in the northern part of the country where christians are killed wounded assaulted and abducted with regularity sometimes daily regularity by boko haram and fulani militants and nigeria is not the only country on the world watch for christian persecution that is also characterized as a fragile or even a failed state seven of the top ten countries on the open doors list also ranked high on the fragile states list which is produced by the fund for peace nigeria ranks ninth on the world watch list and ranks fourteenth on the fragile states index and this pattern makes both political and biblical sense a state that cannot effectively restrain or punish perpetrators of violence is in no position to protect the religious freedoms of its citizens as the apostle paul told the rahman's government is instituted by god in order to execute wrath on the wrongdoer that's why we're to obey the government including paying our taxes not because the government somehow morally praiseworthy. I mean rome certainly wasn't but because it has a god ordained role in keeping the peace and paul urged timothy pray for kings and all who are in high positions so that we citizens may lead a quiet peaceable life godly and respectable in every way but around the world many of our brothers and sisters don't even have that option of living the kind of quiet and peaceable lives that we hear take for granted and yet so many of our brothers and sisters around the world still manage to live in a godly and dignified way which is a powerful testimony to the legitimacy and the vitality of their faith as we pray for persecuted christians in nigeria and elsewhere we should also pray for the stability of their nations even for their government leaders. We should pray that they would have the courage. And the capacity to end insurgencies like boko haram and whenever possible. We should ask our nation and it's leaders to intervene or at least assist in squelching the chaos because without national stability. Our brothers and sisters around the world are kind of like sitting ducks at the mercy of those who wish to do them harm and they have no hope of living quiet and peaceable lives

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"max weber" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"max weber" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"You know if if it's like you know if God is the father and the nature is mother's mother nature like if you can say. Fuck you to your real dad mom like. Then, you could save you to God into nature to you know that's I think how ingrained. that cultural mindset is and I just don't think back to really have that mindset is very live and let live mindset and. That whole. Like I mean. Elders are always. We don't like like. I've seen like fifty year old men who are scared to death of their eight-year-old dad's still you know In Caribbean culture and stuff but. In America he just put them in homes. They're just like their GRANDPA Simpson. Thinking like I. Think what this book is talking about is. Really heavy and psychologically ingrained in. This culture and It's just making me think a lot against. Has. Gone over all. We got overall the like guiding stuff like the groups, their tactics, that kind of thing we have a student do that. I'm sorry I interrupted Gaffe. Has. Say Like I. Just Kinda Layer on the point that it ruins making. Vaber talks about in that book how Protestants have come to kind of view like Can prove that they're good on earth because they're blessed by you know while then and property and so on. And so it's kind of like you can judge on earth like that you're going to get into heaven. By God's not even the judge anymore. Really it's like you kind of become God here on Earth and judged who is good and evil. Yeah I, think there's a lot of that if you look into just how the culture visiting. Ingrain totally. That's mind blowing. You just said. And vaber goes into like the theological justifications for it I with specifically with Protestant reformation, which came about at the same time it capitalism. In Germany? And he goes into kind of like the the various differences with specifically talks about calvinism lot and how John Calvin laid out like the theological justifications for all this. And I. Think There's a book. by Max Weber. The Protestant, what is called a? Work. Ethic. There's another book by Sakhlin Berkovitch the name escapes me right now look it up but he he like the Protestant origins of the United States that. Yeah but nucleus people's history of the United States into as well. Y- like Catholic. People think differently than Protestant people and. And so forth and I think he just kinda shows like people form what they need to tell them, what they need to hear, and I just feel like This system just warps everything and makes everything fit that project you know. And reading this book I. Don't know it just really kind of. Whatever the opposite of gas lighting is like it makes you feel more saying if you're someone who thinks. This way already yeah. Forget that guerrilla mindset get that. Protestant mindset. That like, Oh, I found the name of the book. It's called the the Puritan origins of the American south..

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"max weber" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"max weber" Discussed on Pantheon

"At the peak of its power. Then Dylan who actually owns a boxing club in L. A., and works out there once in a while is right there in the ring with the champ. I bargained for salvation. They gave me a lethal dose Dylan sings in Nineteen, seventy, four shelter from the storm. Are All people in some way bargaining for salvation. And what happens to that negotiation? When old ways of finding salvation have lost currency that had dominated human consciousness. For centuries. This journey towards salvation is Bob Dylan's story and because of his greatness. And Good Fortune to be the right man at the right time. It's our story to. The early twentieth century sociologist of religion Max Weber wrote. Who knows at the end of this tremendous development? Entirely new prophets will arise. War. There will.

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"max weber" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

12:05 min | 2 years ago

"max weber" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"And the Congress. Thank goodness. And it's not a stimulus package Mitch. Mcconnell tells us it's a relief package and that is a relief. If I had two thousand dollars right now I would be very relieved. Is that really going to do it for you? Absolutely that would solve most of my problems to trial for just me. They said two thousand to two trillion. Yes two trillion dollars in band-aid. That's what I was thinking is that it's very. It's it isn't actually going to help anybody individually but in aggregate it could definitely bail his cronies out. I mean like food. Stamps are in the farm bill like when you think about it like unrelated to this thing but food. Stamps are not a welfare. Their our farm subsidy in this bill no no. That's what I'm just telling you how to think about it when they give you two thousand dollars. It's not because it's going to solve your problems. It's because you're going to spend at Amazon. Exactly two thousand dollars is it makes me feel a little bit better for a short period of time. I would say two thousand dollars. Well there's a few things going on here. I can just tell you what's in the in the highlights. It's a one time. Check of twelve hundred dollars for Americans who make up to seventy five thousand dollars a year. A five hundred billion dollars for a major corporate liquidity program through the Federal Reserve three hundred sixty seven billion for a small business loan program a hundred billion for hospitals and one hundred fifty billion for state and local governments so the just ticking them off not even all of them but what at the time the check for individuals. He says it's like for middle class and lower and just have to say like they act. I really really bothers me. When policymakers and the media and just regular rank and file voters and stuff think of the rich as the people who earn a high income. They upper-middle-class because these are the. These are the the highly educated working class. They're working. They're working for income and they're very productive and they are the engines of the economy and they get when income taxes. Go up the reason. Warren Buffett's I pay less taxes than my secretary that he has an extremely well-paid secretary and she has to pay income tax which can be fifty percent. Here's what's pay any of that. Because his income is like capital gains and stuff he gets income off of investments which has a lower rate so income tax is always applying to people who are working and this is taking that income tax and giving it to the less productive people which is fine with me. I don't care I mean maybe there just less pain. I don't know it's fine but the idea that it's being transferred from the rich to the poor is really not. It's being transferred from the high wage. Earners to the lower wage. Earners those high wage earners get it kind of come in and go in and they are also the ones who are most devastated by this event. So they're the ones who are losing their businesses. They're the ones whose retirement savings you know. These are like the fifty. Something's whose retirement savings just got cut by thirty or forty percent. I mean these are the people who are GONNA be jumping off roofs. These are the targets and so I just I really find that making it. Just sound like a welfare package is missing. The point of how how the damage is being felt. And then they're going to go and give some of the stuff is about subsidizing they're gonNA subsidize main street for their loans and they're going to then you take so mainstream businesses who then get like large amounts of debt like I fear kind of Oklahoma Dust Bowl era so in the depression era when families lost their farms from from you know in wide swaths of the US. It's because they had been borrowing and then they just when they had downtime they couldn't pay the loans back so go into these small businesses and give them big debt. Okay that I think is pretty risky for them and then to go and give the corporations debt relief and much lower interest rates is also something that I think benefits to them. I just read an article from December. Twenty nine thousand nine that said Fedex just lit the fuse on a ten trillion dollar corporate debt. Bomb that they're terrible. Earnings are as an indication of a recession manufacturing problem. That's in our future and corporate corporations have been barring like mad in this low interest rate environment and it's going to come do in the next five to six years and if they have an earnings downturn they're gonna all go bankrupt so they need to be able to keep borrowing at increasingly reduced interest rates and low. That's exactly what we have and this may bail out a bunch of Zombie corporations and stuff but I think ultimately mainstream will get shaken out. Just like homeownership this time around so this package. I think isn't making the situation better. I just think it's keeping people from rioting which is bad. We should write it. They're doing bad policy and this is when we should be taking action. We shouldn't be sucking future generations to make ourselves feel better and in an actually putting the yoke on us taking these policy changes in the future. You know what I mean. We're just kicking the cancer. The future so that we if we felt the pain right now. That's why like the balanced budget amendment. If you feel the pain you can. You will resist the spending but if you can kick the can on the pain. You're it's not worth making a stink leisure pain principal. Yeah it should definitely be connected. That's why I want to zero exception. Balanced Budget Amendment is going to be devastated. Yes so it's a massive package that is designed to keep us domiciled or will keep his dom yes yes and it's twelve hundred. You said not two thousand. Well this says this. This is today's the hill midday report. Yeah so I'm just getting a summary from another new source rather than reading the fucking thing myself at this point this is a one time check of twelve hundred dollars for Americans to make up to seventy five thousand dollars but I'm sure there are nuances to that like married couples and kids and all that because I think that's like half the money or more. Yeah there's also a provision in there and I don't have the exact words of it but it prevents trump from getting any of this money from any any of his businesses getting this money. I wonder if it specifically says him. Orphanages has a wealth bracket. I'd be interested to see what are his businesses isn't he. Technically not directly yeses sons. Now this is just a branding agent like the one thing he has. Is THAT DC POST OFFICE? And he was putting it on the market for five hundred million dollar profit before this all happened so I mean I don't know how much real business that guy has. The trump properties is what they're talking about whoever officially named the third. Yeah I mean my guess is. That's just for them to be able to talk about. Because you know what's the what's the major impact but his popularity is peaking. Did you notice that? Trump's is he's as popular as ever sixty percent of the people are in favor of his policies and forty nine percent of the people give him an approval rating so this is shaking out as being a wartime type president not a recession type president and he also Fox News had an headline yesterday that said trump announces a six trillion dollar stimulus package which is somewhat misleading. They're saying it's two trillion in fiscal and four trillion in monetary. The monetary thing is basically unlimited. Which could be hyper. Inflationary mean four trillion dollars injected directly into the money supply with no fractional reserve requirement. It's just an unlimited amount of money. You cannot know how that's going to translate into like and here's the problem. Is that Keynes Keynes Keynesian? Economics is what we've got. Cain said we need to increase the money supply because wages are sticky. Have you ever heard that yes? I've do you know what it means? No no one does when you tell these farts sniffing assholes at the top who act like they're doing you a favor by printing money. Sorry a have to like kind of pause when you point out that what sticky wages means is when you're paying people and you want to lower their wages they get mad so what you do. Is You inflate the money supply? So you're a guy owns oil wells. Okay you have one hundred million dollars worth of oil and you pay your guys one hundred dollars a day to help you pump it out. The money supply doubles now. You have two hundred million dollars worth of oil and that guy is still making one hundred dollars a day to help you pump it out. So he doesn't really know unless he's paying attention is a psychological aspect. Doesn't alert them to and yeah. It's not just psychological deception there saying psychological that there's a real reason slower. It's complete deception. And THAT'S WHY INFLATION MON- modern monetary theory that wants to put out. There is highly regressive it goes to people I it goes to the government connected like banks and stuff goes to asset inflates asset values and it absolutely deflates wages and the value of any kind of like cash savings. So you have to put it at risk. For example so all this stuff is just criminally regressive. In my opinion it sounds like it. I would like to see that conversation. Where someone's going four trillion. Is that really enough? How about six trillion. Oh they say stuff like that they bend Brunetti said we should get in helicopters and just throw cash out the window. Which of course is what they should do with it. If they're going to do it they should instead they give banks money. It's called helicopter. You're not allowed to touch it anymore. Because it's got corona virus on it. Yes that's right. Does it work. When you've got cash. I have an interesting fact to tell you about from the Spanish flu. The one thousand nine hundred thousand nine hundred nineteen pandemic which the World Economic Forum is no longer calling the Spanish flu. They're now calling calling it the great influenza pandemic because trump's been calling this one the Chinese flu so they are going back in time and rewriting history and they are no longer referring to it as the Spanish flu that way they can say trump is racist without they themselves being racist or being able to be called racist interesting fact and this is from the World Economic Forum. What are they calling it? The great influenza pandemic which is a lot harder to say than the Spanish flu. Some famous people were killed. During that pandemic Max Weber the economic. The and this person wasn't actually famous famous at the time but you'll recognize his name. Frederick trump the grandfather of president donald trump died in the nineteen eighteen nineteen nineteen flu interesting. Also President Woodrow Wilson. Got It and Walt Disney got it. They overcame it. And this is a little footnote that the World Economic Forum has on this article which is really interesting logic..

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"max weber" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"max weber" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Giving home loans to unqualified buyers. You know about that? That's what happened when that crazy woman. Whatever name was Nancy water's muddy. What's are? They nasty water. I know our name Maxine Waters when she was on the banking committee forced banks to give money to unqualified buyers caused the meltdown up two thousand and eight you remember that they want to do it again. Now, they're saying loans were denied minorities, while no loans would denied people that didn't qualify for a mortgage, many of whom overnight authorities now if you'll give unlimited credit to anybody minority or not, and they can't pay the mortgage. What happens the banks go bankrupt, and you wind up eating zoo animals as they're eating in South America right now. Let me explain economics one. Oh one without prophets. There is no business there. I just saved your trip to the college. You do not have to go to college and take econ one. Oh one. Apparently, what's her name? Marginal cortex didn't study. Economics one o one without prophets. There is no business the understand that without profits. There is no business. That's how it works. It seems to me that amended cortex probably read a little bit of Karl Marx's. Maybe the cliff notes saying capitalism. Bad communism. Good. I don't even think she ever read dos copy tall. But did she ever read Adam Smith's, the wealth of nations? Did she read Maynard Keynes's general theory of employment? Interest and money. Did she read the Protestant ethic and the spirit of capitalism by Max Weber? I doubt it how many of you in the radio business. Even know what I'm talking about. None. None your all. You wanna do is talk about the two dimensional stuff. So I think I'll just do to two dimensional stuff. We'll talk about the refrigerator man who didn't fight in Vietnam. And they made.

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"max weber" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"max weber" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"A World War. Democrats are going after the banks. They're gonna go after Deutsche Bank. It will destroy the economy. Because you know about giving a home loans to unqualified buyers. You know about that? That's what happened when that crazy woman whatever her name was Nancy water's, muddy what's her name nasty water? I know her name Maxine Waters, what she was on the banking committee forced banks to give money to unqualified buyers of caused the meltdown of two thousand and eight remember that they wanna to do it again. Now, they're saying loans were denied minorities, while no loans were denied people that didn't qualify for a mortgage, many of whom will minorities. Now, if you give unlimited credit to anybody minority not and they can't pay the mortgage. What happens the banks, go bankrupt and wind up eating zoo animals as they're eating in South America right now. Let me explain economics one, oh one without profits. There is no business there. I just saved your trip to the college. You do not have to go to college and take econ one one. Apparently, what's her name? Marginal cortex didn't study. Economics one one without prophets. There is no business the understand that without profits. There is no business. That's how it works. It seems to me that amended cortex probably read a little bit of Karl Marx's. Maybe the cliff notes saying capitalism. Bad communism. Good. I don't even think she ever read dos copy towel. But did she ever read Adam Smith's, the wealth of nations? Did she read Maynard Keynes's general theory of employment? Interest and money. Did she read the Protestant ethic and the spirit of capitalism by Max Weber? I doubt it how many of you in the radio business. Even know what I'm talking about. None. None your all. You want to do is talk about the two dimensional stuff. So I think I'll just do to two dimensional stuff. We'll talk about the refrigerator man who didn't fight in Vietnam. And they made them.

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"max weber" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

05:52 min | 3 years ago

"max weber" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Home of borders, language, culture. And here he is stopped massive Steria. Michael savage. And here it is. Welcome to the Savage Nation. I am Michael Savage. The sacred elder of the Savage Nation. Welcome to the program today. Back from Florida where I was in. Let us say retreat for a while. And here I am back in the Golden State of California. What are the topics? I'm gonna talk about today. Well, seems to me Trump has been decapitated by Pelosi. I know many of you don't want to accept it. But he not only blinked he backed down. He's not going to give the state of the union speech, which to me is heartbreakingly horrendous the which one the psychopathic which from San Francisco beat him 'cause she's crazier than anyone. You could imagine she is put party and personality above nation as she always has now whether the American people will cheer her for this. I mean outside of the, you know, her own followers, the left wing fanatics. I don't know will the middle of the road. Suddenly say Nancy you did what we wanted. Or will they turn on her? The fact of the matter is this is almost unprecedented. Now in the beginning, the state of the union speech as you probably know by now was not given in in congress. It was given in writing they presented a written form and presenting the state of the union to their congressman writing. And then he changed and it became as big show. I've always hated it. I actually dreaded. I'm glad it's not happening. I cannot stand that I never could. I can't stand the idiocy of the American people and the American political structure, that's so dumb every speech. They give one word and they clap for twenty minutes, then the guy belches and that Clapper another twenty minutes. I can't take it. I mean, I watched the TV from the house of Commons, at least they have a literate argument. They have a literate presentation of a discussion and argument both sides, and you can follow an argument in this stupid country of ours. There's no discussion when when Obama would walk out like. Like seals in zoo. So to me, it's no loss. That's one topic. Now, the other topic is the kids the poor Catholic kids notice how they're not children. If a minority child rapes and kills someone ninety years old. He's a child who deserves a second chance because he was on the way to medical school. But because this kid was a white boy in a Catholic, suddenly he's an evil Nazi because he wore a mega hat now. The kids got bullied by the racist black Israelites. That's what started it. They're left out of the whole puzzle, by the way, who were the racist black Israelites. I don't know you don't know who they are the ones who started calling them every name under the sun before he marched in the refrigerator man, the valor, stealing the valor, stealing drummer, the valor, stealing drummer and the corporate media cartel. There's a lot of other stories that are much more serious than these. But I think they're beyond the audience. I know after you've been beaten up for three hours and been told that Trump won the showdown, he's playing fifteen dimensional Chaz. She lost. I don't think you're even capable of listening to me. I feel like throwing my hands up because the follow someone who lies to you everyday with such bull crap. And he doesn't even know what he's saying to you anymore. I never heard anything like it. But I'll keep going anyway. Democrats are going after the banks. They're gonna go after Deutsche Bank. It will destroy the economy. Because you know about giving a home loans to unqualified buyers. You know about that? That's what happened when that crazy woman whatever her name was Nancy water's muddy. What's are? They Nancy water. I know our name Maxine Moore's what she was on the banking committee forced banks to give money to unqualified buyers caused the meltdown of two thousand eight remember that they wanna do it again. Now, they're saying loans were denied minorities. Well, no loans were denied people that didn't qualify for a mortgage, many of whom will minorities. Now, if you give unlimited credit to anybody minority or not, and they can't pay the mortgage. What happens the banks go bankrupt, and you wind up eating zoo animals as they're eating in South America right now. Let me explain economics one. Oh one without prophets. There is no business there. I just saved you a trip to the college. You do not have to go to college and take econ one. Oh one. Apparently, what's her name? Marginal cortex didn't study. Economics one oh one without prophets. There is no business the understand that without profits. There is no business. That's how it works. It seems to me that amended cortex probably read a little bit of Karl Marx's. Maybe the cliff notes saying capitalism. Bad communism. Good. I don't even think she ever read dos copy towel. But did she ever read Adam Smith's, the wealth of nations? Did she read Maynard Keynes's general theory of employment? Interest and money. Did she read the Protestant ethic and the spirit of capitalism by Max Weber? I doubt it how many of you in the radio business. Even though what I'm talking about. None. None your all you want to talk about the two dimensional stuff. So I think I'll just do to two dimensional stuff. We'll talk about the refrigerator man who didn't fight in Vietnam. And they made him into a war hero. But that's not what I want to talk about. I want to now begin on the Savage Nation with the cuckoo clock and ANSI, Pelosi's bizarre and crazy statement, listen, as you know, last night, the president accepted, the fact that..

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"max weber" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:53 min | 3 years ago

"max weber" Discussed on WJR 760

"Nation. Home of borders, language, culture. And here he is author of stop mass hysteria. Michael savage. And here it is. Welcome to the Savage Nation. I am Michael Savage. The sacred elder of the Savage Nation. Welcome to the program today. Back from Florida where I was in. Let us say retreat for a while. And here I am back in the Golden State of California. What are the topics? I'm gonna talk about today. Well, seems to me Trump has been decapitated by Pelosi. I know many of you don't want to accept it. But he not only blinked he backed down. He's not going to give the state of the union speech, which to me is heartbreakingly horrendous. The which one the psychopathic witch from San Francisco beat him he's crazier than anyone could imagine. She has put party and personality above nation as she always has now whether the American people will cheer her for this. I mean outside of the, you know, her own followers, the left wing fanatics. I don't know will the middle of the road is suddenly say Nancy you did what we wanted. Or will they turn on her? The fact of the matter is this is almost unprecedented. Now in the beginning, the state of the union speech as you probably know by now was not given in in congress. It was given in writing they presented a written form that presenting the state of the union to their congressman writing. And then he changed and it became as big show. I've always hated it. I actually dreaded. I'm glad it's not happening. I cannot stand that I never could. I can't stand the idiocy of the American people and the American political structure. That's so dumb that every speech. They give one word and they clap for twenty minutes, then the guy belches, and they Clapper another twenty minutes. I can't take it. I mean, I watched the TV from the house of Commons, at least they have a literate argument. They have a literate presentation of a discussion and argument both sides, and you can follow an argument in this stupid country of ours. There's no discussion when what Obama would walk out. It was like. Like seals in zoo. So to me, it's no loss. That's one topic. Now, the other topic is the kids like poor Catholic kids notice how they're not children. If a minority child rapes and kills someone ninety years old. He's a child who deserves a second chance because he was on the way to medical school. But because this kid was a white boy in a Catholic, suddenly he's an evil Nazi because he wore a maga- hat now. The kids got bullied by the racist black Israelites. That's what started it. They are left out of the whole puzzle, by the way who were the racist black Israelites. I don't know you don't know who they are. They're the ones who started calling them everything under the sun before he marched in the refrigerator, man. The valor stealing the valor stealing drummer, the valor, stealing drummer and the corporate media cartel. There's a lot of other stories that are much more serious than these. But I think they're beyond the audience. I know after you've been beaten up for three hours and been told that Trump won the showdown, he's playing fifteen dimensional Chaz. She lost. I don't think you're even capable of listening to me. I feel like throwing my hands up because the follow someone who lies to you everyday with such crap. And he doesn't even know what he's saying to you anymore. I never heard anything like it what I'll keep going anyway. Democrats are going after the banks. They're gonna go after Deutsche Bank. It will destroy the economy because you know, about giving home loans to unqualified buyers. You know about that? That's what happened when that crazy woman whatever her name was Nancy water's muddy. Wh what's are? They Nancy water. I know her name Maxine Waters, what she was on the banking committee forced banks to give money to unqualified buyers caused the meltdown up two thousand eight you remember that they wanna do it again. Now, they're saying loans were denied minorities. Well, no loans were denied people that didn't qualify for a mortgage, many of whom will minorities. Now, if you give unlimited credit to anybody minority or not, and they can't pay the mortgage. What happens the banks go bankrupt, and you wind up eating zoo animals as they're eating in South America right now. Let me explain economics one, oh one without profits. There is no business there. I just saved you a trip to the college. You do not have to go to. College and take econ one. Oh one. Apparently, what's her name? Marginal cortex didn't study economics one. Oh one without prophets. There is no business the understand that without profits. There is no business. That's how it works. It seems to me that amended cortex probably read a little bit of Karl Marx. Maybe the cliff notes saying capitalism. Bad communism. Good. I don't even think she ever read dos copy towel. But did she ever read Adam Smith's, the wealth of nations? Did she read Maynard Keynes's general theory of employment? Interest and money. Did she read the Protestant ethic and the spirit of capitalism by Max Weber? I doubt it how many of you in the radio business. Even though what I'm talking about. None. None your all. You wanna do is talk about the two dimensional stuff. So I think I'll just do two dimensional stuff. We'll talk about the refrigerator man who didn't fight in Vietnam. And they made them into a war hero. But that's not what I want to talk about. I want to now begin on the Savage Nation with the cuckoo clock, and Nancy Pelosi's bizarre and crazy statement, listen, as you know last night as president accepted. The fact.

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"max weber" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

05:05 min | 3 years ago

"max weber" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"I am Michael Savage sacred elder of the Savage Nation. Welcome to the program today. You sacred elder of the Savage Nation. Welcome to the program today. Back from Florida where I was in. Let us say retreat for a while. And here I am back in the Golden State of California. What are the topics? I'm going to talk about today. Well, seems to me Trump has been decapitated by Pelosi. I know many of you don't want to accept it. But he not only blinked he backed down. He's not going to give the state of the union speech, which to me is heartbreakingly horrendous. The which one the psychopathic witch from San Francisco beat him she's crazier than anyone you could imagine she is put party and personality above nation as she always has now whether the American people will cheer her for this. I mean outside of the, you know, her own followers, the left wing fanatics. I don't know will the middle of the road is suddenly say Nancy you did what we wanted. Or will they turn on her? The fact of the matter is this is almost unprecedented. Now in the beginning, the state of the union speech as you probably know by now was not given in in congress. It was given in writing they presented a written form presenting the state of the union to the congress in writing and then exchange and it became as big show. I've always hated it. I actually dreaded. I'm glad it's not happening. I cannot stand that I never could. I can't stand. The idiocy of the American people that Clapper another twenty minutes. I can't take it. I mean, I watched the TV from the house of Commons, at least they have a literate argument have literate presentation of a discussion and argument both sides, and you can follow in the country of ours. There's no discussion when what Obama would walk out. It was like ills in zoo. So to me, it's no loss. That's one topic. Now, the other topic is the kids the poor Catholic kids core Catholic kids notice how they're not children if a minority child rapes and kills someone ninety years old. He's a child who deserves a second chance because he was on the way to medical school. But because this kid was a white boy in a Catholic, suddenly he's an evil Nazi because he wore a mega hat. They're the ones who started calling every name under the sun before he marched in the refrigerator man, the valor, stealing the valor, stealing drummer, the valor, stealing drummer and the corporate media cartel. There's a lot of other stories that are much more serious than these. But I think they're beyond the audience. I know after you've been beaten up for three hours and been told that Trump won the showdown, he's playing fifteen dimensional Chaz. She lost. I don't think you're even capable of listening to me. I feel like throwing my hands up because the follow someone who lies to you everyday with such bull crap. And he doesn't even know what he's saying to you anymore. I never heard anything like it. But I'll keep going anyway. Democrats are going after the banks. They're gonna go after Deutsche Bank. It will destroy the economy. Because you know about giving a home loans to unqualified buyers. You know about that? That's what happened when that crazy woman. Whatever name was Nancy water's muddy. What's are? They Nancy water. I know our name Maxine Waters what she was on the banking committee forced banks to give money to unqualified buyers accords the meltdown up two thousand eight remember that they want to do it again. Now, they're saying loans were denied minorities. Well, no loans were denied people that didn't qualify for a mortgage, many of whom will minorities. Now, if you give unlimited credit to anybody minority or not, and they can't pay the mortgage. What happens the banks go bankrupt, and you wind up eating zoo animals as they're eating in South America. Let me explain economics one. Oh one without prophets. There is no business there. I just saved your trip to the college. You do not have to go to college and take econ one. Oh one. Apparently, what's her name? Marginal cortex didn't study economics one. Oh one. Without prophets. There is no business the understand that without profits. There is no business. How it works? Amended cortex probably read a little bit of Karl Marx's. Maybe the cliff notes saying capitalism. Bad communism. Good. I don't even think she ever read dos copy towel. But did she ever read Adam Smith's, the wealth of nations? Thick and the spirit of capitalism by Max Weber. I doubt it how many of you in the radio business. Even know what I'm talking about. None. None. Your all. You want to do is talk about the two dimensional stuff. So I think I'll just do to two dimensional stuff. We'll talk about the refrigerator men who didn't fight in Vietnam. And they made him into a war hero. But that's yet on the Savage Nation. With the cuckoo clock, and Nancy Pelosi's bizarre and crazy statement, listen, as you know last night, the.

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"max weber" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:54 min | 3 years ago

"max weber" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Exciting radio talk show, the Savage Nation. Home of borders. Culture, and here he is stop mass hysteria. Michael savage. And here it is. Welcome to the Savage Nation. I am Michael Savage. These sacred elder of the Savage Nation. Welcome to the program today. Back from Florida where I was in. Let us say retreat for a while. And here I am back in the Golden State of California. What are the topics? I'm gonna talk about today. Well, seems to me Trump has been decapitated by Pelosi. I know many of you don't want to accept it. But he not only blinked he backed down. He's not going to give the state of the union speech, which to me is heartbreakingly horrendous the witch one the psychopathic witch from San Francisco beat him he's crazier than anyone. You could imagine she has put party and personality above nation as she always has now whether the American people will cheer her for this. I mean outside of the, you know, her own followers, the left wing fanatics. I don't know will the middle of the road or suddenly say Nancy you did what we wanted. Or will they turn on her? The fact of the matter is this is almost unprecedented. Now in the beginning, the state of the union speech as you probably know by now was not given in in congress. It was given in writing they presented a written format presenting the state of the union to their congressmen writing. And then he changed and it became this big show. I've always hated it. I actually dreaded. I'm glad it's not happening. I cannot stand that I never could. I can't stand the of the American people and the American political a structure, that's so dumb that every speech. They give one word and they clap for twenty minutes, then the guy belches, and they Clapper another twenty minutes. I can't take it. I mean, I watched the TV from the house of Commons, at least they have a literate argument. They have a literate presentation of a discussion and argument both sides, and you can follow an argument in this country of ours. There's no discussion when Obama would walk out. It was like. Like seals in a zoo. So to me, it's no loss. That's one topic. Now, the other topic is the kids the poor Catholic kids notice how they're not children. If a minority child rapes and kills someone ninety years old. He's a child who deserves a second chance because he was on the way to medical school. But because this kid was a white boy in a Catholic suddenly he's evil Nazi because he wore a mega hat now. The kids got bullied by the racist black Israelites. That's what started it are left out of the whole puzzle, by the way, who are the racist black Israelites. I don't know who they are the who started calling them every name under the sun before he marched in the refrigerator man, the valor, stealing the valor, stealing drummer, the valor, stealing drummer and the corporate media cartel. There's a lot of other stories that are much more serious than these. But I think they're beyond the audience. I know after you've been beaten up for three hours and been told that Trump won the showdown, he's playing fifteen dimensional Chaz. She lost. I don't think you even capable of listening to me. I feel like throwing my hands up because the follow someone who lies to you everyday with such bull. And he doesn't even know what he's saying to you anymore. I never heard anything like it. But I'll keep going anyway. Democrats are going after the banks. They're gonna go after Deutsche Bank. It will destroy the economy because you know, about giving home loans to unqualified buyers. You know about that? That's what happened when that crazy woman. Whatever name was Nancy water's muddy. What's are? They nasty water. I know her name Maxine Waters, what she was on the banking committee forced banks to give money to unqualified buyers caused the meltdown up two thousand eight you remember that they want to do it again. Now, saying loans were denied minorities. Well, no loans would denied people that didn't qualify for a mortgage many of whom overnight authorities now if you give unlimited credit to anybody minority or not, and they can't pay the mortgage. What happens the banks go bankrupt, and you wind up eating zoo animals as they're eating in South America right now. Let me explain economics one. Oh one without prophets. There is no business there. I just saved you a trip to the college. You do not have to go to. College and take econ one. Oh one. Apparently, what's her name? Marginal. Cortex didn't study economics one o one without prophets? There is no business the understand that without profits. There is no business. That's how it works. It seems to me that amended cortex probably read a little bit of Karl Marx's. Maybe the cliff notes saying capitalism. Bad communism. Good. I don't even think she ever read dos copy towel. But did she ever read Adam Smith's, the wealth of nations? Did she read Maynard Keynes's general theory of employment? Interest and money. Did she read the Protestant ethic and the spirit of capitalism by Max Weber? I doubt it how many of you in the radio business. Even know what I'm talking about. None. None your all you want to talk about the two dimensional stuff. So I think I'll just do to two dimensional stuff. We'll talk about the refrigerator man who didn't fight in Vietnam. And they made them into a war hero. But that's not what I want to talk about. I want to now begin on the Savage Nation with the cuckoo clock, and Nancy Pelosi's bizarre and crazy statement, listen, as you know, last night, the.

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"Culture, and here he is stopped massive stereo, Michael Savage. And here it is. Welcome to the Savage Nation. I am Michael Savage. The sacred elder of the Savage Nation. Welcome to the program today. Back from Florida where I was in. Let us say retreat for a while. And here I am back in the Golden State of California. What are the topics? I'm gonna talk about today. Well, seems to me Trump has been decapitated by Pelosi. I know many of you don't want to accept it. But he not only blinked he backed down. He's not going to give the state of the union speech, which to me is heartbreakingly horrendous the which one the psychopathic witch from San Francisco beat him 'cause she's crazier than anyone. You could imagine she has put party and personality above nation as she always has now whether the American people will cheer her for this. I mean outside of the, you know, her own followers, the left wing fanatics. I don't know will the middle of the road is suddenly say Nancy you did what we wanted. Or will they turn on her? The fact of the matter is this is almost unprecedented. Now in the beginning, the state of the union speech as you probably know by now was not given in in congress. It was given in writing they presented a written format presenting the state of the union to their congressmen writing. And then a change and it became as big show. I've always hated it. I actually dreaded. I'm glad it's not happening. I cannot stand that I never could. I can't stand the idiocy of the American people and the American political structure. That's so dumb that every speech. They give one word and they clap for twenty minutes, then the guy belches and that Clapper another twenty minutes. I can't take it. I mean, I watched the TV from the house of Commons, at least they have a literate argument. They have a literate presentation of a discussion and argument both sides, and you can follow an argument in this country of ours. There's no discussion when when Obama would walk out it was like. Like seals in a zoo. So to me, it's no loss. That's one topic. Now, the other topic is the kids the poor Catholic kids notice how they're not children. If a minority child rapes and kills someone ninety years old. He's a child who deserves a second chance because he was on the way to medical school. But because this kid was a white boy in a Catholic, suddenly he's an evil Nazi because he wore a mega hat now. The kids got bullied by the racist black Israelites. That's what started it. They are left out of the whole puzzle, by the way who were the racist black Israelites. I don't know who they are. They're the ones who started calling them every name under the sun before he marched in the refrigerator, man. The valor stealing the valor stealing drummer, the valor, stealing drummer and the corporate media cartel. There's a lot of other stories in a much more serious than these. But I think they're beyond the audience. I know after you've been beaten up for three hours and been told that Trump won the showdown, he's playing fifteen dimensional Chaz. She lost. I don't think you're even capable of listening to me. I feel like throwing my hands up because the follow someone who lies to you everyday with such bull crap. And he doesn't even know what he's saying to you anymore. I never heard anything like it. But I'll keep going anyway. Democrats are going after the banks. They're gonna go after Deutsche Bank. It will destroy the economy because you know, about giving home loans to unqualified buyers. You know about that? That's what happened when that crazy woman. Whatever name was Nancy water's muddy. What's are? They Nancy water. I know our name Maxine Waters what she was on the banking committee forced banks to give money to unqualified buyers caused the meltdown up two thousand eight remember that they want to do it again. Now, they're saying loans denied minorities. Well, no loans were denied people that didn't qualify for a mortgage, many of whom Auburn already now if you give unlimited credit to anybody minority or not, and they can't pay the mortgage. What happens the banks go bankrupt, and you wind up eating zoo animals as they're eating in South America right now. Let me explain economics one, oh one without profits. There is no business there. I just saved you a trip to the college. You do not have to go to. College and take one O one. Apparently, what's her name? Marginal. Cortex didn't study economics one o one without profits. There is no business the understand that without profits. There is no business. That's how it works. It seems to me that amended cortex probably read a little bit of Karl Marx's. Maybe the cliff notes saying capitalism. Bad communism. Good. I don't even think she ever read daas copy towel. But did she ever read Adam Smith's, the wealth of nations? Did she read Maynard Keynes's general theory of employment? Interest and money. Did she read the Protestant ethic and the spirit of capitalism by Max Weber? I doubt it how many of you in the radio business. Even know what I'm talking about. None. None. Your all. You want to do is talk about the two dimensional stuff. So I think I'll just do to two dimensional stuff. We'll talk about the refrigerator man who didn't fight in Vietnam. And they made him into a war hero. But that's not what I want to talk about. I want now begin on the Savage Nation with the cuckoo clock and ANSI, Pelosi's bizarre and crazy statement, listen, as you know, last night, the president accepted,.

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